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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
IF.. Q OUT OF CEAR ý L? S eve mon_ýi r ey __ t -a iox y - u OU CAN HAVE NEW DRESSES in all the latest shades and styles, and at little expense, with the ?S aid of Diamond Dyes. It is as easy as washing a handker ::\q chief to produce those new shades with : Diamond Dyes. They make the material look like new. You may have been disappointed over the results obtained in an attempt to dye some material with some other dye. If so, try a packlage of Diaimond Dyes and Syou will at once be convinced that they ;ýr are by far superior to any ether dye in the world, and will always give that '_ clear bright shade so desired. S Write for Direction Book and " Truth about Dy.a for Home Use." Mailed free upon application to WELLS & RICHAIRDSON CO. 15 O'CONNELL STREET .., .. SYDNEY _ b 21 1 ; ' ..i . i - FOOTBALLS.. FOOTBALL CL'ClIUNG. rlartley Special X.............14/6 Men's Full-size Jerseys ...... 4/ IHartley Special ......... .. 13/6 Men's Small-size Jerseys .. ..... 3/6 Hartley. Selec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
} 1. aE1RTON Ce~nral Cash Store ARA GLEN, i&EETI4G . Ea CuetoIrn and riends r hi;re to stay. We are toacsP' a sutlcces. We Sthe cutntry and the Se like Our us3i. it ed strive to increase it ,al honournble means. en 1T GOODS and 1?°`- } , I'PIOES are what count. nOartr Will Convince You, i,,t-ciass vaiat in in BOOTS ds SIOES IRONiMONGERY CROOKERY GROOERIES itsr Dclhvered all over the District. Pn't forgel the Address: , ATHERTON Y ARRA GLEN e JIiOli ,atioria C ttle Food of 'all ,prd. Lancashire Fire Insur ',rgus, Lilydalo Express and s eky papers. I SUPPLY ANYTltING. t --__-- ~ 'A'i1-~ .- iledI. aid von call give altr is your .iU I .'RiNT ii ,ui du not feet able to ;crtaitemcts, yot can give l''ule' yvtuar cards, dodgers, i t. elvellup, and all busi Iltch to execute. The news an wali ts it, and it helps A his printers for setting . ti.nuanli an?d one TREE "i4 give.. your towni; but I;' i tu ihe printer or job I ace Ullt can give you • "L urn, and is spending nei I" n muesy. n...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VI. IS CIS TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
THE --- T~tE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER VI. IS CIS' TOO LATE. Coming home from Panton Abbey, Cis suddenly deserted Lady; Elfrida, an'd telling Captain. Beresford to ride on in front "like ti good fellow," pull ed un his horse by the side of ' Miss Mary Somers, the rector's daughter. He and she were old friends, and he could _talk to her without the fear ot being drawn into a flirtation. - She :had taken a fancy. l' da Hamutton; ,,. econversoation .in heri directionu: She ies weIJ aismare'" otho..;state" oefL Deve, rel's feeliiigs aiiid' determined to throim any influence she possessed into -the scale against Lady- Elfrida. "'Miss Ha'milton has..one of the tru_ est faces I ever saw,'' she said quiet ly, as she patted her horse's neck. ''I dont' think she could deceive anyoienf don't think she could deceive anyone if she tried." "And yet she has ofteni puzzled me," pulling his moustaches reflectively. "If other girls has done what she has, I should have thought they were double faced."...
LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
LILYDALE PIOST OFFICE. Mails close as l:clow:? \ollbournji. 7.20 a..in.. 11.20 ai m., S p.m. daily.. 31oMyri o rers--J tilt -1. Mooroolbark, Ringugwood, 7.20 a.m. daily. Croydon, S p.-, daily. I-Iea.esville, X ra Glen, ' Cold stream, 8.30 a.u: daily. W \arburton, ; c. Junctioil, Laun cling Place, W ri Ya.llock, \\aau din Yallock, \\ra- lin North, Seville. 8.30 a.m. daily. The box at the Railway "Staion is c leared daily previous to trains leaving for IMelbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order 010ice close;cs at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every otlier day openu from 9 a.m. to 5 p.in. Parcels Pl'st Mails antd Registered Mails close a-t 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
Local Information PENNY I'OSTAGJE. Thi nevw postal rates,, incliding the p'iinni postage on letters, came into foree onriM on(day, . iy a.1st, 111. The reduced'rates are as fol low:--- TIIROUGIIOUT TIHE COMMON 1'V .`LTI AND) PAI]-'UA. Lettcrs, Id per oz. Letter Cards, single, id each. Do. reply, id each half., ;Post Cards, single, ld' each. 'Do. reply, Id each half. .'rinted -Papers, Ocd per 2oz. - Books, printed-Outside Australia. Oh per 1loz.;. in Australia,- Old per 80z. Magaz.iue.i-Prinled in Austraha 0()d per' So.; outside Australia, O0d per '0oz, "HIansa:'d," O-d pl.r "12oz. Commercial pape,:s, pattenis, samn ples:. and merchandise, l per. 20oz. OVERlSE: DOMINIONiS. . Letters from i.th Comnionwcale!th to the JUnited Kingdoin, o cirsea do minions, lu.,rituish colonies .and d pro otectoraes, except Athe .NIev Hebrides, ;. .:. NEW -L? &1A-!M?- AD.DM) D .E A "D l The. rates of Ne.ow Zealand, Fiji, adnd. h'itish Solomon Islinds arc: Lettersc, 1l per 'oz. I'ost Cards, single...
GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
"lly little daughlter larud was very bad with croucp ;and I wlas q'uite worn out with loss of :leep,'' says Mrs Catherine Holland, 15*: Ado laide road., ]lcrhainpore, N.Z. "A I riend had seen Clhauiaierlaii's Cough ]eimedy advertised for the relief of croup atid suggcsted lily trying it. I did o alnd it gave ,the child instant relief. 1 have seen doz cis of Children relieved of croup by Charaberlain's Cough Remedy. - - -
FRUIT GROWING INDUSTRY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
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POSITION OF RELIGION [?] JECTOR UNDER AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE ACT To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
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EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
EVELYN. (trou 0i' Onu Cvrro.jo:.d tiP) 1 he 'firt &11~ iil,t inil, L' elyn a:'r thie: tust ices`.of the Clhurcl of bit. gltci~d".'w lihel oin Sunday ºnrn a iii. 'thc schtools on which hr willing Jst'Ipu Iiidl 1)1121 1rº;13:rcl foir. thet. -cca;Psioin. hc icv. lilU 'consiitciiiig the short, nlutictc. there Cwas s. .m.ood-comllgregaiinn.I ii WlAlhistcr Ihresidecl at the organ. At the teirminationt of the scrvic:: the r~ev gentlcman cxpressed Ii, pl~lc Surl i t. the satisfatory Lb 'lfining mnadc tha't cld ' and. he would ar rsn'ac for sericces to b JwIºcd (V('rv then held andt a churh couuisi tl formdc1 as, follows :Mes rs ( 4nusmtl h-Mrrs iom J. dcAmiiiXhttt Iz itrd A\1;rn Sed ~teves. t~esss n. t an1i Icrl 's Scott.. sCCI( titns -I lie Rev. , Jas. L owe. Me ii di t clcrlfys:'msm l:rcimclii d ii thi school irutln is thme afternusi and r ms :um =rmiicd't9 ha~ve services lieud oI atier 100155 ltu1 c evCninso i ta Ieruat v. ;.mss' tli h wiil be"adppr1c1iated II. The let o(Ilt, 'hi...
Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, JUNE. 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
i~ _a I1 L -cI liC a eSr i ifiDA~1A\ J GAF' 2G. 1¶1l1. - Oni Fr id~i inn! Iloi uo . m i lincr 1)f garciits and I ricnids met- at llie \\ oiga 1'i rk si1ool)1 w here a nice l:rcgrtiitmii of sonu'i. recit:il inns and .ral yr ee tiv~u liv the cli ildren. at. i thbe (c:;clu Ii whiCl d i shrt buLt eloui e nt: ' fkir lls 's tdc lihiii I xviid crliiip~ui~v i;c 11(:·-11 Ix( 1fii-"c~'t~c dli~t "' r s. On u I ni t i ce t ,.ýmŽ" itintcl c t e. ti -i i i iii. Ci I).t.r. l ý ur(i b.' - M·s . Knee Jlhbuim iCriiJc'ble a lio~rawrs se' ofs]a Ili 01iii~nClliiil COO(4liS, tdkLr V\' oodls Gx:'1eat ePpeD~crimin Gure~l 4 I I'io~ of ourh ri cgilcr w.1o hidtimreO ~iln,in a. olr cu t. enIiiir flhiiutt cotnh UIC.d 1.. pare duid-huililt .l·11' to tn Uc1 riot11 be theC 1 iletinle L'~rlnndi oC the n~ot met. iii olrn r \-mdvrtiri eoliinns3 tin ricontet. i it itl ert t t te ýnin eL woisl vlice iJ Iedld II ohe x .;t(ii0ii' Ii;i `l s o\\ K ee 1 Plit Jly uj.src ,oijcabl, exeict vthe i:j vl] it--wil lit nocr bern.i o...
BREACH OF LICENSING ACT PUBLICAN FINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
BREACH OF LICENSING ACT -1 UBLIC:AN FINED. A.' the - Lilydale Courrt on- Fridayi obeforei Dr. 11. IH. Cole, I?M, :Wnm. RIothfquie vs -chargced :with haYvini th1e lbair door of the :prcumises. of whicih .he w as-- licenisee (Black priingrs HIotcl) open on Siundav, 17th Mr T. Etiles apne reid for thli defclident. : Inspector Costello prosecuted aid said that on. the date in question two. constables were sscnt out from the police depot, ahd calliig at dl.e fendarit's. premises, saw thlS bar door open on four occasions Constable 'cnner said that he vis itedl the hotel in - cmpany . with' \founited Constable Carr, on Sun day, 17i h March and had meals nd -a couple of drinks.. LThe- bar door .was opened four times. Cross-examined bl Mr Eaulcs: Tlhe dloor: was on ojpened, to, serve the drinks and was not lying, open. "-1Mounted Conistiblc-Carr gave cor iobotative evidence.; -:;i::: ':I-ie~lr :: 'o: s tlie?;t defenhce, said ;to^evdct ich te^g1. this edo e sqly-Qp hy di endi~'it&lt;;...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
OBITUARY. ----00--- '"Ice diatli too'k ]idae ;it I.ihydaih on 1 'ctliiesdav. aft or a. Shlirt illI!: of .\lr Iculrv .Mclclucitrv. a niorIiii, r f th~e wvell-kiiowiº Bian of 1[c~io !rv a lit Co.. WI 1VcI'lioio iiicil. of Hiriders L:an'. 1I)ecea52.1. wbo was 78 vcair rcf age. leaves a" ývittow 'and ft inilv of 'three suns and three daitgllt·rs. lrs .Bind. 31 yea rs of ;1c .IPi. Iia. 'l'ict n1.rlwitsls rii i artat] id tlce p:I lc IJ t a PUiit " n , ijlrtn Il t liut i-a oc 01(trecl Ie the cli~triet cu; oººcr (1) C' wle ý it Iic tv;º- o: rrije' cauls of (clait t (ctlcer of tht. d Ictiiiuin. wvith e tie murlta'ce aid a ci'te p rctinits Aun otrdcr for Iluill i wais issued by tIhe Coroner oun rccelpt of tLie rcport of the post itiorlctn. At tile fleeting of tlt, LilI val:, coiuincilt o Motol ia 1 tita. titter wins received fromt Jo!n .1its totu. I Ii~ coon cil' 1'uiJrcn~iai. ~iit I i vdIcd. resiii iii llii' po;siioini on aecoontl. of serious ilrJne. [u IinO t thauct l r tit IL i-_t tioe 1 b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
I CHamberlain's Tablets oeb.ap&.tiGM SOROSES TAIR. TONIC.--This prcpaiation is unsurpassed asa.Ilair Food and ])andruff Prcventativo.. A liltle sprilkled on;?the head nighlt and-i-orning, and gently "massagcd itto.tlie scalp, ienders. Ialdness ImI possible. Soroses IHair Tonic will absolutely grow hair and proveit ; from Tfalling onut. I. imrn1iats . beatu Liful glo syy sheýn, qlndhbring.s nut nil tlio i tural brightness of th hair. Price1 as 2, WHOOPIN G COUGHI.-'My little boy. had whooping coughlvery badly,. says- Mrs. A. H enderson, the Peoples. Store, ,47-Elgen ro:ad, Mornington, N.Z. I tried sc~voil cough medi - cincs :'without ~ y of them -doing him ~i r gbod, thouI tried Clainm bcerain's Cough ZJlemidy? and'hlie:go immZediato roliof.' Since then I hav always liopl a. holLle, of1 this won derful remnedy by me.and recomnimud it tQ everydu:e MR I R. M'GREGOR DENTIST, (Late of 123 Collins-street, Melb.) PROGRESS CORNER, LILYDALE. Visits YARlRA GLEN every 2udand *4th Thurs...
WONGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
WONGA PARK. (Frot.0l Our Owii CGtrre3;o deiit.) Settlers Iicr : rc lbusy pir: l' grouid for new 1;piuiting of frnit trces. ,f ~vlicli a. Iarare Itilubc'r is to he planted. - '[l his djistrict is I t cerly hil l cnC] is 31(2( ' liuiinr.ds at VC(V r fi istiafacrv i;ic's. Nov th1.1 ,xc""nufli I l385 u11kc: up I d)loi'r. 3C~jtiiriu?031 of this lart Orf the shire. '.c %:jli. jl.crltiai Ir. able t.. Ihave bettrci ruods 't> It irvel, capai: ei l iC i :1:1 C oisre i'or VI'.i rs. fla itter ',s in3 CoiuilCctiun fl ill AIrbor vc3(r at the 1'c c: 'ýt it' sch:iil. 'flie iiced crik ii c*lu;iii, i :'rs g3in haird it ii (11i th3e cirickct gruIndI mk I i te r33(1 lt~ii'r.: ei' l i=iit 33CS. 133tins a3i3 d the fr;irsI ·l ii clth .il3d 3. 1li3'.ticCl t it'tiljvclv 11ri '(i (`litireli r~ncl llrug Y::1SCl s ri c j: cut \l 1 3ric33 i .uf (.'J(vd i. .1 i u. g Its the iItenda ic, it scciis iii ('lii 3 cl 13as c ( (I to st iv. 'l'cu . (uiirchi of ('Ii iist folic arc fiwu~rri Iii rcn silflC a h'i a e ( li...
LILYDALE SHIRE STONE GRUSHER. COUNCIL DESIRES TO SELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 26 June 1914
ILILYDALE SHIRE STONE GRUSHER. COUNCIL DESIRES TO SELL. Sonie considerable discussion was evoked at the meeting of the Lilydale Shire council on Mon day, by a clause in the engineer's report, recommending the dis posgl of the council stone crusher. On the clause being lead, Cr. M'Ghee ejaculated vehemently, "I'm with .you 'in that." Other. couincillors took up the same atti tude... - Crs. Rouget, Wallace and Blair spoke of the uselessness of the crusher, owing to its size, and" its inability to be moved where l equired, and advocated the pur chase of a lighter machine. Cr. M'Ghee strongly advocated the disposal of what he termed the council's " white elephant. " The council could buy metal far cheaper than they could crush it with that machine. It was pos sible that someone with a good quarry would be glad to purchase a stationary crusher. If he had a quarry himself, he would buy it in a minute. He had been op posed to the crusher from the start, and was glad to see that the council...